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Wiradjuri Elder exposes Barrick Gold's mine pit collapse at Lake Cowal
— April 05, 2008
Neville 'Chappy' Williams, Wiradjuri Traditional Owner of the Lake Cowal area, recently took an aerial flight over Barrick's gold mine in Lake Cowal. He describes his feelings as he witnesses the destruction and desecration of his Peoples sacred sites by the world's largest gold mining company.
"Everything we should have known, but were never supposed to find out..."
The Black GST
— September 20, 2007
The Black GST This short documentary about contemporary and historical indigenous issues is narrated by two of the leaders of the Black GST movement, Robbie and Marg Thorpe. It explores the three main issues of unfinished business leftover from Australia's reconciliation movement. G- Genocide S - Sovereignty T- Treaty
F-R-E-E! Food sovereignty is what we'll see!
— March 26, 2008
Friends of the Earth's Radical Cheerleader Squad took their vision sustainable food and agriculture to the streets of Adelaide as part of the 2008 Adelaide Fringe Festival Opening Night Party. Roving through a crowd of over 40,000 people, the guys and gals shook, shimmied and shouted about the benefits of local, urban food growing and food sovereignty to diners and revellers in Adelaide's East End. Keep an eye out for a special appearance by Friends of the Earth's Edible Taxi! For more information, visit http://www.adelaide.foe.org.au
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